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... they are melting), although as there is only one road through the park, we couldn't see most of them. Lake McDonald - one of the bigger lakes in the park - used to be a glacier, and therefore the water is really nice and cold, because the water from it comes from other glaciers in the park. We were able to go on a boat tour on the lake and found out lots of information about the park.
At this time of year, the normal temperature in the park ...
... English riding, so it’s taken a little to get used to 'neck rein-ing’ but I quite like it. The whole style is a lot more laid back…and I’m quite fond of Western boots!!
I’ve been going for a few walks out on the property, it’s incredibly beautiful and peaceful, with a light dusting of snow and a clear sky. There is a fair amount of wildlife about, so I’m making sure to ‘make some noise’ to ...
... happy seeing the marmots – but, then we saw Mountain Goats! That was on my must-see list, and there they were. At first, we just saw a couple along the trail.
Once we got to the top of the trail, we saw some down in the valley.
After a while, the goats came up to the trail from the valley. They ...
... safely tucked inside a nice metal RV!
We stopped at a cute town called Bozeman in Montana for burgers and more bookshops before arriving at that nights campground – all in all a good day!
The next day was pretty much a driving day to get us a little nearer to Glacier National Park. On this drive Sevi was rocking out to a new favourite song of his – very country and a little bit hillbilly it’s called 'The Devil Went ...
... we didn't get to see more of it but that was quickly remedied by the grizzly bear that was 100 m up the road on our side. So we pulled over and people took their photos. We were under 50m away from this one so no one was getting out of the van because it was really unsafe. We continued driving until we reached the border. It was one of the easiest border crossings I've ever seen. ...